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" The conditions which accompany these symptoms are— (1) More or less interference with the passage of the blood through the pulmonary blood-vessels. (2) Accumulation of blood in the right side of the heart and in the systemic veins. (3) Circulation of... "
An appeal to the medical profession, on the utility of the improved patent ... - Seite 143
von John Read (maker to the army.) - 1824
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The Medical and Physical Journal

...operation is absolutely necessary, an example of which is, when the congestion and the accumulation of blood in the right side of the heart, and in the head, (owing to the interrupted circulation through the l'.mgs) . threaten suffocation. The tonics...
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An Enquiry Into the Nature, Causes, and Cure of Hydrothorax: Illustrated by ...

Lachlan Maclean - 1810 - 519 Seiten
...other tonics, and to apply local stimulants. In like manner such is the congestion and accumulation of blood in the right side of the heart and in the head in some cases of hydrothorax, owing to the interrupted circulation through the lungs, that this...
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Dublin Hospital. Reports and Communications in Medicine and Surgery ..., Band 1

1817
...of the bronchial membrane, its being inflamed and coated with mucus, was probably the cause of the congestion of blood in the right side of the heart , and in the venous system. — Are the gangrenes in the lower extremities, and the blue nose in fevers, connected...
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A Dissertation on Infanticide: In Its Relations to Physiology and Jurisprudence

William M. Hutchinson - 1821 - 99 Seiten
...air, when an animal is enclosed in a box or other similar machine, there is also accumulation of black blood in the right side of the heart and in the veins, and a smaller quantity of similar blood in the left side of the heart and the arteries which thence...
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Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society, Band 4,Teil 2

Wernerian Natural History Society, Edinburgh - 1823
...(The distressing sensations occurring in suffocation I consider as chiefly owing to the accumulation of blood in the right side of the heart and in the head). On the contrary, if the' venous system be capacious, and more especially if additional reservoirs...
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The Principles of Forensic Medicine: Systematically Arranged, and Applied to ...

John Gordon Smith - 1824 - 579 Seiten
...explain itself, in connection with the other circumstances. On opening the body, we shall find the proximate phenomena, if I may so express myself, of...person in such circumstances has been carried off. The clearing up of those melancholy cases of death by cold and hunger, must depend more upon their...
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Elements of medical jurisprudence

Theodric Romeyn Beck, William Dunlop - 1825
...particularly those of the head and lungs, are filled with blood, and this fluid is principally accumulated in the right side of the heart, and in the veins leading to it. The blood itself is black, and so fluid that it is discharged readily from the smallest incision....
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A system of practical medicine, comprised in a series of original ...

System - 1840
...eyes, as already noticed, continue prominent ; the pupils are dilated, as in coma. The accumulation of blood in the right side of the heart, and in the vessels connected with it, namely, the systemic veins and the pulmonary artery, and the comparatively...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Band 22

1900
...internal jugular HbO also. So far as I am entitled to form an opinion, I confirm M'Munn in saying, " the blood in the right side of the heart and in the veins is reduced as soon as the animal has ceased to breathe, but the HbO., of the blood in the left side...
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Proceedings, Band 22

Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1900
...internal jugular HbO also. So far as I am entitled to form an opinion, I confirm M'Munn in saying, "the blood in the right side of the heart and in the veins is reduced as soon as the animal has ceased to breathe, but the HbO., of the blood in the left side...
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